Sandstone Stories

8 Reasons the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2020 travel bucket list

Planning a trip to this underrated region will not fall short of your expectations and should be on the itinerary of every traveller. But it helps to know what exactly is on offer. We’re going to let you in on why the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2020 bucket list, and how you can have that big adventure with a unique twist! Whether you choose to travel by car, camper trailer, motorbike, caravan or four-wheel drive, the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2020 must-do list when exploring the sunny Queensland State. Rich in history, uncrowded  National Parks, budget accommodation, top-notch camping spots, incredible fishing and friendly locals, the Banana Shire region is calling your name.

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The Art & Soul of the Sandstone Wonders

Storytelling can take many shapes and forms, and it is through art that many of the local country artists have found their voice.  Art plays an important role in the community and is used as a unique communication tool for artists.  By experiencing the Art and Culture of Outback Queensland, one can begin to experience the soul of the area! Through art, visitors are able to meet the locals and glimpse what life is like living in these outback areas.  Most artist’s works depict the rural lifestyle, in the subject matter, the landscapes are a popular feature.  There are a variety of choices when it comes to experiencing the art, culture and soul of the Sandstone Wonders.

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Ultimate Caravanners Guide to the Sandstone Wonders in Central Queensland

It’s the trip of a lifetime – or in some cases a new life! The Sandstone Wonders region offers a plethora of choices when exploring our area. But where to start? With such a big region, with so much to do, how do you choose what will suit you? Well, fear not – we’ve got you covered! In this post, we will outline the top spots to visit, popular low-cost camping areas must-see historical experiences and suitable drive trails for Caravanners.

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Meet 4 iconic locals of the Sandstone Wonders – Part 2

Often when travelling through rich landscapes off the beaten track in lesser known places of Australia it is common to wonder about the folk of the area and their stories. Knowing that behind the rusted gate and weathered home are often inaccessible stories our ears long to hear. The real stories of the people living here today, their days, their lives and their history. This Article is the first of two where we will share the stories of the locals of the Sandstone Wonders.

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Meet 4 iconic locals of the Sandstone Wonders – Part 1

Often when travelling through rich landscapes off the beaten track in lesser known places of Australia it is common to wonder about the folk of the area and their stories. Knowing that behind the rusted gate and weathered home are often inaccessible stories our ears long to hear. The real stories of the people living here today, their days, their lives and their history. This Article is the first of two where we will share the stories of the locals of the Sandstone Wonders.

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Camping in the Sandstone Wonders

Reaching across almost 28,000 km2, the diverse landscapes of the Sandstone Wonders region can be jaw dropping. More than 25 mountain ranges make up the area, creating gaping valleys, towering cliff tops, deep gorges and rocky outcrops. These magnificent sites are often gently interrupted by freshwater streams or rolling plains. A combination of precious National […]

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